Links of the Day: June 14
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Links of the Day: June 14

We go around the FOX Sports Next network to bring you the best links we can find. Today: highlights of USC commit Max Browne in action, the latest on five-star RB Derrick Henry, impressions from Kansas basketball scrimmage and much more.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

USC commit Max Browne was in action over the weekend. Check out highlights from his school's 7on7.

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Five-star running back prospect Derrick Henry de-committed from Georgia yesterday. Chad Simmons talks about what this means for Henry and the Bulldogs.

Four-star cornerback Noel Ellis paid a visit to Tennessee.

Penn State picked up a commitment. from three-star linebacker Brandon Bell.

Three-star running back JoJo Kemp has named his top six schools.

Three-star linebacker Ebenezer Ogundeko has set a date to announce his commitment.

After winning QB MVP honors at the Oregon NFTC last weekend, Kelly Hilinski has found a new motivation.

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Here's a look at the big week in recruiting for Mississippi State.

2014 running back Dalvin Cook committed to Clemson, a day after saying it might be a little while before he made his call.

Mark Andrews, a 2014 wide receiver out of Arizona, is up to double digit offers.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Quarterback Tyler Bruggman is Washington State's quarterback of the future. His prep coach shared some insight on the player with our Cougars site.

In case you missed it yesterday ... a nice Notre Dame feature here on athletic director Jack Swarbrick, who is representing a lone school among conference commissioners at the BCS meetings.

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Our Florida State site has an offseason review for the Seminoles, including talk of where they fit in with realignment.

Another change at Arkansas: new uniforms. Check out a photo of the new outfit.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

The Kansas alumni scrimmage gave us an early look at some of the Jayhawks' talent for the upcoming season.

Patrick Simon, once a 14-year-old commit for Washington State, sheds some light on why he has decided to transfer from the school.